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    I'm thinking about buying one of these http://spautopia.co.uk/wipes_and_microfibres.aspx

    I saw a review in PBMW a couple of months back. For £12 you get a 90cm x 60cm cloth which is very nice

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    I have used Vileda Flunky's - cheap as chips and 10x better than chamois'
     
     

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    Much easier to maintain than leather
     
     

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    Much easier to maintain than leather
     
     

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    Hi Biged Yeah I went mental in halfrauds one day and bought loadsa meguires kit, one of them was big towel thingy that looks like kindofa waffle effect. Dries the car in seconds mate I need to wash mine now.... :(

    You got the Alpina on the bricks yet??? Misisng it already? Red.
     
     

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    I'm another M/F user, the old Maguires Water Magnet has been relegated to the windows only
     
     

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    yep..water magnet for me too lads!!edd...your baby shouldnt need washed..thot she was locked away for winter..ormabye you couldnt resist another blast"!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by redadair View Post
    Hi Biged Yeah I went mental in halfrauds one day and bought loadsa meguires kit, one of them was big towel thingy that looks like kindofa waffle effect. Dries the car in seconds mate I need to wash mine now.... :(

    You got the Alpina on the bricks yet??? Misisng it already? Red.


    Just bought a towel thingy RaceGlaze OnePass Microfibre Drying Towel

    I'll see if its any good and post back

    Not up on bricks as such but its off the road
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by gap141070 View Post
    yep..water magnet for me too lads!!edd...your baby shouldnt need washed..thot she was locked away for winter..ormabye you couldnt resist another blast"!

    Remember I took it back on the Monday for the garage to fix the front valance that they damaged, they fixed it and brought it back on a trailer along the M8 so it was filthy by the time it got to my house. unfortunately I haven't driven it since Monday I'm patient Gap , roll on the Spring
     
     

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    Thanks to all the People that gave me some suggestions.
     
     

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